• 30-Jun-2020 to Until Filled (AEST)
  • Allambie Heights, AUS
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Salary Packaging

Sunnyfield is a large not-for-profit organisation with a Person Centred approach to providing services to people with disability.

We are looking for a Risk Manager who will be part of the Risk and Safety Team supporting the implementation of Sunnyfield's Risk Management Framework. You will work closely with business units supporting risk identification, assessment and treatment. Coaching and mentoring of risk owners in how best to implement controls as well as provision of insightful reporting are key components of this role.

About the role:

  • Supporting the Senior Risk Manager to continually improve risk management practices and record keeping including launch of new Governance, Risk and Compliance Platform
  • Liaising with the Compliance Manager to understand, report and manage compliance risks within risk appetite
  • Monitor and support risk activities that support the intent of Sunnyfield's Risk Management Framework including Policy review, refinement and formation
  • Development of procedures or guides including working closely with frontline staff to improve the risk management policy framework
  • Coaching and mentoring business risk owners to better understand risk management principles and approaches
  • Report writing and thematic analysis (including complaints and incident root cause analysis)
  • Control monitoring and testing support to risk owners
  • Close support to Safety Team in preparation of Workers Health and Safety reports and insights to management and the Sunnyfield Board

The successful candidate will have:

  • Significant experience in risk identification, management and control performance management
  • 2-5 years experience supporting stakeholders in risk management including refinement of frameworks, policies & procedures
  • track record in working with business owners to develop effective and robust risk management controls
  • Previous responsibility for risk register maintenance
  • Desirable RMIA or RMA accreditation
  • Understanding of NDIS regulatory framework
  • Strong communication, interpersonal, report writing and presentation skills
  • Self-motivated, open minded and open to learning

You will be rewarded with flexibility, a brilliant team culture, inspiring leadership and meaningful work, with a mission to enrich the lives of people with disability by creating choice, opportunities and skills for life.

If you have the required experience, skills and possess a positive attitude towards working with people with disability we look forward to receiving your application.

Criminal record checks with the NSW Police, Working with Children check, prior employment checks and functional assessments are part of Sunnyfield's recruitment process. To be considered for this opportunity you must have a legal entitlement to work in Australia and hold a current driver's license.

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